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Camera Color Settings?

Discussion in 'Editing Talk' started by JScrambler, May 5, 2017.

  1. JScrambler

    JScrambler United States Wannabie Member

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    Do you use the default color settings and let the camera do everything for you? Or do you record without anything done in camera and color grade in post?

    It seems like color grading would add a lot of time into your work flow.
     


  2. scooterwuf

    scooterwuf United States Wannabie Member

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    Do you mean color grading or color correction? Ones harder than the other, and not always necessary. I tend to do some color correction. A lot of my footage is in the morning before the sun's high or the sky is fully blue so some correction is added to tweak colors to look more normal, or to make a few things pop. I find less is more or you risk making things look worse if you have multiple shots and cuts.

    - Wuf
     


  3. Elaugh Vax

    Elaugh Vax Singapore Singapore Motovlogger, Laugh

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    You can always use a preset Lut for your vidoes.
     


  4. WingManGT

    WingManGT Bulgaria Wannabie Member

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    I just touch up on brightness and contrast, my Virb Ultra 30 handles colors pretty well.
     


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